New professors


HR in the Spotlight

Staffing update (November and December 2019) Join us in wishing a big welcome to all the new arrivals who have joined the EUI in November and December 2019, and a fond farewell to all those leaving. Welcome to: November 2019 Aad Correljé, Part-time Professor (RSCAS); Alexandra Dobšovicová, Trainee (LIB); Giulio Galdi, Research Associate (RSCAS); Rudi […]

HR in the Spotlight: 5 July 2019

Staffing update (June 2019) Join us in wishing a big welcome to all the new arrivals who have joined the EUI in June, and a fond farewell to all those leaving. Welcome to: Sule Alan, Full-time Professor (ECO); Thomas Crossley, Full-time Professor (ECO); Giovanni De Santis, Health Safety & Security Officer (REFS); Rachel Dutaud, Trainee […]

Giacomo Calzolari

Professor Giacomo Calzolari joins EUI as Professor of Economics after 15 years at the University of Bologna. Professor Calzolari spoke to EUI Life about his future research here, and his love of competition policy and banking regulation. “I’m teaching Microeconomics 1, which is the first course in microeconomics that students face at entry, with maths, […]

Russell Cooper

Professor Russell Cooper rejoins EUI as Professor of Economics after five years away in the US teaching at Pennsylvania State University. Over coffee at a streetside cafe in San Domenico, we discuss his work at EUI, the ideal curriculum, and how an academic’s work is never done. For Professor Cooper, his new post is a […]

Nina Bobkova

Dr Nina Bobkova joins EUI as Assistant Professor in Economics from Bonn University in Germany. On a particularly hot and humid Thursday afternoon in the Villa Badia’s mensa, she spoke to EUI Life about her academic interests, the “special” environment of EUI, and her Slavic tolerance for mosquitos. As Assistant Professor in Economics, Dr Bobkova […]

Andrea Sangiovanni

EUI bids a warm welcome to Professor Andrea Sangiovanni, who is joining the Social and Political Science Department as Chair in Social and Political Theory. EUI Life sat down with Professor Sangiovanni to discuss his research, the work he will be undertaking at EUI, and some of his fond memories of Bar Fiasco. Professor Sangiovanni, […]

Meet the prof: Juho Härkönen (SPS)

Professor Juho Härkönen is among the newest professors at the EUI, yet he is no stranger to its unique charm. Härkönen first came to the Institute in 2003 to undertake his PhD, which he defended in 2007. Now, after spending time in Yale and Stockholm, he has returned to the EUI to take up a […]

New faculty arrivals in January

The EUI is delighted to welcome a number of new professors on a full-time basis this month. Professor Martin Ruhs joins the EUI to become Chair in Migration Studies and Deputy Director of the Migration Policy Centre at the Robert Schuman Centre. Professor Ruhs’ research focuses on the economics and politics of international migration, with […]

Four full-time professors added to EUI faculty

The EUI is delighted to welcome a number of professors joining the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, Law and SPS departments on a full-time basis this autumn. Professor Ellen Immergut joins the Department of Political and Social Sciences, building on the faculty’s proficiency in qualitative methods, social policy and health politics. Amongst her most […]

Gábor Halmai and Urska Sadl join LAW faculty

Professor Gábor Halmai and Professor Urška Šadl will join the EUI Law Department in September. Professor Gábor Halmai has been appointed Professor of Comparative Constitutional Law.  He arrives at the EUI after holding positions at  Eötvös  Loránd University  in  Hungary  and at the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) in Italy. Professor Halmai […]